Havoc & Prodeje
|Origin||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Members||Havoc the Mouthpiece|
Havoc & Prodeje was an American West Coast hip hop duo composed of South Central Cartel members Cary "Havoc" Calvin and Austin "Prodeje" Patterson. The duo came together during the peak of South Central Cartel's popularity in 1993, releasing Livin' in a Crime Wave on the Def Jam label, but the album failed to make it to the charts. They would then release 1994's Kickin' Game and 1997's Truez Neva Stop, but the duo failed to match the early success of South Central Cartel. One of their songs, "The Hood's Got Me Feelin' the Pain", featured on the soundtrack of the 1995 horror film Tales from the Hood.
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|Livin' in a Crime Wave||
|Truez Neva Stop||